Oats Idli & A Review Of TTK Prestige Multi-Kadai

Oats Idli

Today’s recipe is oats idli which I made using a TTK Prestige Multi-Kadai. Yes! You heard it right. Ever since I collaborated with TTK Prestige, I am one of the first ones to try my hands on the latest innovative products from TTK Prestige which enter the Indian markets. You all know the brand Prestige… 

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Pepper Idlis

Pepper Idlis

Wondering what to cook with left over idlis? Wondering what to serve as a healthy evening snack? Want to eat something healthy but spicy and chatpatta? Try these pepper idlis. Every bite of these idlis are filled with deliciousness. They are very easy to cook and can be easily made with either fresh idlis or… 

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Lemon Rice | Chitraanna

Lemon Rice

Lemon rice or Chitraanna is a common one-pot meal found in South Indian homes. I was introduced to lemon rice by my South Indian friends who used to get it regularly to office. We always share lunch with each other and taste each other’s food. I found lemon rice very easy to cook as one… 

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Carrot Payasam | Carrot Kheer

Carrot Kheer

Now that the festive season is come, many people will be trying different types of sweet dishes. Did you ever try the Carrot Kheer or Carrot Payasam? Try it out as it is extremely easy to make and is absolutely yummy. This is a simple sweet dish that you can make with grated carrots apart… 

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Chicken Chettinad

Chettinaad Chicken Curry Recipe

Chicken Chettinad is chunks of chicken marinated with turmeric powder, lemon juice, garlic, ginger, spice powders and curd and is then mixed into a fiery curry made up of onions, tomatoes, ginger-garlic paste and curry leaves in a rich combination of spices like coriander seeds, dry red chilies, fennel seeds, cumin seeds, cinnamon, cardamom, whole… 

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Gajar Ka Halwa Using Maharaja Whiteline Multi Cooker | Carrot Halwa

I received this Maharaja Whiteline Multi Cooker as a gift from Maharaja Whiteline during Diwali this year. What else could be a great gift for a food blogger? Since that day I kept on experimenting different types of dishes using my new multi cooker. Apart from saving time, this multi cooker saved me a lot… 

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Peas Pulao | Rice With Green Peas | No Onion And No Garlic Recipe

Peas Pulao

These days Green Peas are in season. Every year I buy the fresh peas, peel them and freeze them. In this way I get to use peas through-out the year. I want to share with you all a simple recipe which I make using frozen peas – Peas Pulao. Now since you get fresh peas,… 

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Vermicelli Kheer | Shevayachi Kheer | Semiya Payasam

Vermicelli Kheer

Vermicelli Kheer known as “Shevayachi Kheer” in Goa. My Mom usually prepares this Kheer on some special occasions like birthdays or when some special guests arrives or on any festivals. This week my hubby and little one went to Goa for Ganesh Chaturthi. They visited my Mom. When I called home, my Mom told me… 

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Aloo Methi Subzi / Potato Fenugreek Stir Fry

I was wondering what to do with a bunch of methi leaves which were lying in my fridge. I thought of simply making this subzi. Though I don’t like methi due to its bitter taste, I made this dish for my family. Yea, they liked it to a certain extent, but mainly due to it’s… 

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Instant Rawa Idlis

instant rawa idli

We used to always have Rawa Idlis at Adigas. Adigas at Bangalore is the only place where I love to have South Indian Food. If you happen to go there, you will hardly get a place to sit. One fine day I was so tired and I wanted to try something easy. Checked my fridge… 

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Southern Flavours by Chandra Padmanabhan : A Book Review

Thanks to BlogAdda for providing me with yet another opportunity to review another cookbook –  “Southern Flavours”. When I received the cookbook I really liked the cover and way it’s published. The cover has a very attractive look. The first sight of it would really make someone grab the book off the shelf. The book… 

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Karela Subzi / Bitter gourd Subzi

I have been cooking this Subzi since a long time. But never dared to post it here because this is something which I don’t like. I cook this just for my hubby. He likes this Subzi and there are many more people who like bitter gourd. I would not even dare to taste bitter gourd,… 

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Jeera Rice

Jeera Rice

 Jeera Rice is a rice with the wonderful flavour of Jeera/ Cumin. This rice is very simple to cook and tastes great. The combination of spices makes this dish more tasty. It is optional to add the other spices. Addition of raisins gives it yet another sweet taste. This was a hit in my house… 

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Instant Oats Dosa

Instant Oats Dosa

What to do with a packet of oats lying in my kitchen pantry??? The regular oats porridge has become very boring and all dislike it in my kitchen. Wanted to prepare something with oats, so that even my little one would consume some of it. www…. Just googled out and found a wonderful recipe from one… 

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Sabudana Khichdi

Sabudana Khichdi

Sabudana Khichdi is what I made for breakfast yesterday after a real long time. I had prepared this once 2-3 yrs back and since then I prepared it yesterday. My hubby loves different types of dishes for breakfast. I thought this would also surprise him and yes it indeed did. It was great and it… 

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Palak Idlis

Palak Idlis

Thought a little to try some innovation with idlis – Palak Idlis. I tried adding palak paste. The taste was good and the idlis turned out soft and fluffy. My little one had one idli and I felt very happy that she had this healthy palak idli. This is another recipe to make your fussy… 

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Instant Ragi Dosa

Ragi Dosa

Ragi is popularly known as red millet or finger millet has numerous health benefits. It is a rich source of calcium and iron and good for diabetic. It also aids in weight loss and bone development. Ragi Dosa is something I cook for breakfast specially when I have very less time during the morning rush hour…. 

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Lemon Rice

Lemon Rice

I was wondering what to post today. Long back I had come across this recipe in some blog in which it was mentioned to add moong dal powder to the lemon rice. I actually forgot where I had read it. This is a simple lemon rice which I once prepared on a lazy day. The… 

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Coriander Dosa

Coriander Dosa

I felt like innovating a little more with Dosas. Instead of preparing the normal dosa, I thought I should go one step further and prepare the coriander dosa. I just tried it and it turned out really great. Above all I have done this dosa without oil which makes them even more healthy. If you have… 

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